Association for Nontraditional Students in Higher Education
21st Annual ANTSHE Conference
March 15 - 17, 2018
Time is running out, but you still have the opportunity to take advantage of this opportunity. Our 21st Annual ANTSHE Conference's theme is "The Fight for Academic Equity: Creating Social Cohesiveness Between the Adult Learner and College". Although this topic should be one that is adapted across campuses today, unfortunately, it isn't.
Does your college/university struggle with creating a culture of unity that is socially and academically conducive for learning? If not, I recommend you take advantage of this professional development opportunity to present and/or attend the 2018 Annual ANTSHE Conference. We have extended the deadline for proposals to Wednesday, February 28th, there are only a few time slots left. We are the Association for Nontraditional Students in Higher Education and we will be hosting our 21st Annual ANTSHE Conference March 15th-17th on the campus of Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, North Carolina. Your time invested at our conference will provide you the opportunity to network with a highly talented group of from across the country, as well as attend some of the most thought provoking and educational presentations surrounding issues that have a direct impact on our adult learners, such as: prior learning credit, retention issues, graduation rates, veterans issues, implications of technology and its corresponding platforms and many other topics.
This is a great opportunity to network and get in front of some of today's highly talented and experienced leaders in higher education. People who are making a difference in the success of adult learners across the country, leaders like Mary Beth Lakin, Executive Director of College and University Partnerships at the American Council on Education (ACE), who will be moderating an Academic Leader's Panel Discussion with some of the most experienced college/university President's in the country; Dr. Susan Elkins, Chancellor of the University of South Carolina Palmetto College; Dr. Kennedy Maranga, Professor/Practitioner/ Consultant; and Dr. Robert W. Hill, Professor Emeritus in Higher Education Leadership at Nova Southeastern University.
Our 21st Annual ANTSHE Conference promises to be our best-ever, don't miss this opportunity. If you are familiar with ANTSHE, come experience the growth of the organization and share in the new directions that we are going in. If you are not familiar with ANTSHE, this is a great time to experience for yourself what ANTSHE can do for your institution, your nontraditional students, and yourself. Please visit our website at www.myantshe.org/2018Conference, or please do not hesitate to contact me if you have any questions. I look forward to seeing you in Charlotte this March!
R. Lee Viar IV, Ph.D, MBA, CPI
President of ANTSHE
Web site: http://www.myantshe.org